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US 10YR FUTURE TECHS

‌‌(Z1)‌‌ Corrective Bounce

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Nov 3 Auction Size Announced

PIPELINE

$5B World Bank 10Y Debt Launched

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Expiries for Oct28 NY cut 1000ET (Source DTCC)

-BOE UK May house purchase approvals 64,526 vs 62,941 April
     LONDON (MNI) - Bank of England data showed a rise in mortgage 
approvals in May, with the average interest rate on new loans heading 
higher. 
     In May there were 64,526 mortgage approvals, up from 62,941 in 
April and the highest outturn since January. New borrowing, however, 
became more expensive and the interest rates offered on loans were 
higher still. 
     The BOE Quoted Rates series, which shows 'shop window' interest 
rates on mortgages, showed that the average rate on a two year 75% 
loan-to-value (LTV) mortgage was 1.74% in May, up from 1.70% in April 
and the highest since June 2016. 
     Similarly, the rate on a 2 year 85% LTV rose to 2.06%, the highest 
since May 2016. 
     Quoted rates are the leading indicator while effective rates on new 
mortgages, that is mortgages taken out, rose to 2.11% in May, the 
highest since March 2017. 
     Net consumer credit, a measure of unsecured credit, rose to 
stg1.405 billion in May, down from stg1.764 billion in April. 
-London newsroom: e-mail: david.robinson@marketnews.com  
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